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    Question Chroot Bind


    Trying to follow the instructions as per the site (unable to post direct link)

    Am at the point of 'One last thing, is to create the directory to store the pid of the process. I opted for improved file service startup. I modified the file /etc/init.d/bind9: ' however it doesn't say where abouts in the file to make the alteration. Any help pls?

    Thank you!

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    If it doesn't say where in the file then normally you can place it at the end provided there isn't anything in the file that already matches.


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